Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen took to Twitter on Thursday to offer his services as a coach to British schools after expressing concern about falling participation levels
Former England cricket captain Kevin Pietersen has revealed that when his side was touring India and the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attack took place, they "felt it to the bone"
England bowler Stuart Broad dismissed claims by former teammate Kevin Pietersen that there was a bullying culture in the team during their time as international colleagues
Former England captain has rubbished Kevin Pietersen's views in his controversial autobiography about former coach Andy Flower and wicketkeeper Matt Prior and also urged England players to break their silence
Former England batsman struggled to get along with coaches of his own team most of his playing career and his quest for a "genuine guru" ended in India where, he says, former captain Rahul Dravid made a lasting impact on his technique
Ex-England fast bowler Matthew Hoggard says Kevin Pietersen annoyed him in Australia 2006-07, but he straightened KP out in the bar
Former England fast bowler Matthew Hoggard has labelled Kevin Pietersen "a very bitter man" and does not see any way back for the 34-year-old in international cricket
England pace spearhead James Anderson has dismissed claims made by Kevin Pietersen in his autobiography that a bullying culture flourished in the team in the recent years and described the developments in the last few days as "sad"
Alec Stewart says he reported to the England and Wales Cricket Board that he had been told Tim Bresnan, Stuart Broad and Graeme Swann all had access to a parody Kevin Pietersen Twitter account
Former England batsman slams cricket board after new leaked document portrays Pietersen as a troublesome member of a struggling squad
Michael Vaughan ridiculed a leaked ECB report into Kevin Pietersen's alleged misbehaviour during the Ashes whitewash in Australia as the fall-out from his controversial autobiography
England exile Kevin Pietersen said he could yet return to international duty if England and Wales Cricket Board chairman Giles Clarke quits his post
The first book (Crossing the Boundary) written by Kevin Pietersen was published in 2006, only a year after he made his Test debut in the Ashes 2005 opener at Lord’s
Batman's monopoly of printed media regarding his claims of bullying in the England cricket team's dressing room ended abruptly on Tuesday with the leaking of an email outlining his poor behaviour
Former England batting star Kevin Pietersen says he was a victim of character assassination for too long and had to give his side of the story
Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting has spoken up in support of Kevin Pietersen's allegations of a "bullying" culture within the England team
Former England blames England's demise on bullying culture allowed to fester by ex-coach Andy Flower in his book; says skipper Cook was paralysed by the situation
England wicketkeeper Matt Prior on Monday pledged to respond to former international team-mate Kevin Pietersen's claims that he was "back-stabbing" and a "bad influence" on the team
Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has named India among the teams that could confirm the "horrendous and highly disturbing" culture of bullying within the English cricket outfit
Kevin Pietersen has hit out at the "horrendous" bullying of some of his former England team-mates and accused former coach Andy Flower of "ruling by fear"